ipv6 ospf (for a port)

Configure OSPFv3 on an interface.


Command Parameters

cost <0-65535>
Configures the OSPF metric for the interface. The switch advertises the metric in router link advertisements. The default is 1.
dead-interval <1-65535>
Specifies the dead interval, as the number of seconds to wait before determining the OSPF router is down. The default is 40.
Enables the OSPF on the IPv6 interface.
hello-interval <1-65535>
Specifies the hello interval, in seconds, for hello packets sent between switches for a virtual interface in an OSPF area. The default is 10.
Enables link lsa suppression
nbma-nbr WORD<0-43>
Configures an NBMA neighbor. WORD<0-43> specifies the IPv6 address. Use priority <0-255> to change an existing priority value for an NBMA neighbor. Use <0-255> to assign the priority value when you create the neighbor.
poll-interval <0-65535>
Configures the polling interval for the OSPF interface in seconds. The default is 120.
priority <0-255>
Configures the OSPF priority for the interface during the election process for the designated router. The interface with the highest priority number is the designated router. The interface with the second-highest priority becomes the backup designated router.
If the priority is 0, the interface cannot become either the designated router or a backup. The priority is used only during election of the designated router and backup designated router. The default is 1.
retransmit-interval <1-1800>
Specifies the retransmit interval, in seconds, for link-state advertisements. The default is 5.
transit-delay <1-1800>
Specifies the transit-delay interval, in seconds, required to transmit a link-state update packet over the virtual interface. The default is 1.



Command Mode

GigabitEthernet Interface Configuration